Kathryn Williams joins Maz O’Connor and Georgia Ruth for Womenfolk at The Kazimier on Wednesday February 4, Getintothis has two pairs of tickets up for grabs.
Liverpool’s Kathryn Williams returns to the city’s spotlight this week, joining Band on the Wall and Roots Music’s six date Womenfolk tour for a triple bill of singer-songwriters at The Kazimier.
Williams, born in Liverpool but based in Newcastle, has established herself as a truly distinctive voice in UK music, releasing ten critically acclaimed albums since self financing her debut back in 2000 and bagging a Mercury Prize nomination for Little Black Numbers.
She’ll be joined on the night by two relative newcomers, Welsh harpist and singer Georgia Ruth and Fatea’s female vocalist of 2014 Maz O’Connor, though both have already enjoyed some acclaim. Ruth won the Welsh Music Prize in 2013 while O’Connor’s second album This Willowed Light was dubbed the ‘folk album of the year thus far’ by The Observer on it’s release last July.
The lovely folks at Band on the Wall have offered two pairs of tickets to be won, simply follow us on Twitter and leave us the answer plus #WomenFolk
Q) What is the name of the opening track on Williams’ Little Black Numbers?
a) We Dug A Hole
b) We Dig Your Style
c) We Dug Our Own Graves
d) Wee Douglas Hurd, the former Tory Minister